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When i switch on my P.C. and my FP 5313 screen it flickers

As i switch on my screen it flickers, so i have to switch it off for a while only to try later for it to be ok. Or i switch the pc onand the screen later which also works but not ideal..........any ideas?????

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  • rusty321_46 Jan 21, 2009

    same problem :/ when you turn on the computer it flickers so i have to pull the plug from the screen for a few minutes and repeat untill it works :S

  • Anonymous Apr 22, 2009

    same problem for me as well. So I always switch ON my monitor 5 mins after switching ON my PC.

  • Anonymous Apr 29, 2009

    I have the same sort of problem, sometimes when I switch it on or if it goes into hibernation it won't always come back on. I then have to mess about with the wire at the back or the mouse and it eventually comes back on (not sure what the trigger is that brings it back though)

  • Anonymous Apr 30, 2009

    Same problem here, would really like a solution

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This is a known problem with a series of components inside the monitor. There are about 11 capacitors that if replaced will allow the monitor to function properly.

The best place to go to read more is http://www.badcaps.net/forum/printthread.php?t=2658

The list of the capacitors that are bad are below with possible replacements.

C922, C925: Hermei LE 1000uF 16V, low impedance, general purpose, replacing with 1000uF 16V Samxon GF.
C201: Hermei LZ 150uF 25V, ultra low impedance, high ripple current, replacing with 1000uF 25V Samxon GF.
C924, C926, C929, C930, C932, C933: Hermei LT 470uF 16V, high ripple current, low impedance, replacing with 1000uF 16V Samxon GF.
C207: Unknown CD110 50uF 4.7uF (general purpose), replacing with a 35V 4.7uF tantalum unit (SCP/Short Circuit Protection pin on TL1451 won't get anywhere near 35V).
C907: WC (with stylized Westinghouse W) SM 22uF 50V (general purpose), replacing with 63V 100uF Samxon GF (used for SMPS controller Vcc filtering).
C905: Hermei HT 100uF 400V, standard, general purpose, leaving as is - generally no problem.

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Sounds like your monitor is going bad

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